By: Colette Georgii
Sigmund Freud, psychiatrist and founder of psychoanalysis, developed his psychosexual stages of development basing his finding on observations of his patients suffering from varying degrees and types of mental illness. During Freud's time, mental illnesses were not categorised as they are today but still a...
By: Colette Georgii
With the discovery of DNA and how each individual has a specific DNA, the DNA has become a genetic blueprint of an individual just as the finger print was previously used and is still used as identification in forensic science. The DNA however is a...
What is evolution?
By: Jay O'Toole
Evolution is the meta-narrative of science, which offers one explanation of the existence of life on Earth in its present form. The foundation of the word, "evolution," is the word, "evolve." Evolve intimates "the transformation of one living being in which the extant...
What are Kohlberg's stages of moral development?
By: Rachel Alessi
Kohlberg’s theory of moral development is an adaptation of a psychological theory originally developed by Jean Piaget. It forms a theory of the development of moral reasoning. Kohlberg expanded on Piaget's original work, which described a simple, finite two-stage process of moral development, and...
By: Colette Georgii
Due to advancements in technology since the 1990s, shale natural gas oil drilling has become a more economically viable occupation for shale oil drilling companies and for the people working for them, thus providing more economic stability to the residents of the small towns and...
Consumerism, corruption and corporate hegemony
By: Md. Anwarul Kabir
To live on the earth, for survival, we must consume foods, essential products or services. Nothing is wrong in it and this is not consumerism. In fact, the working definition of consumerism is the consumption of products or services for fulfilling the artificial demands created...
The relevance of feminism
By: Christyl Rivers
The Male Man Always Rings Twice Feminism is relevant because the whole world depends upon balance and cooperation for life to survive. Feminism is the radical idea that women should have choices and freedoms to the same degree that men do. These days, even humanism...
By: Nick Somoski
An anthropological kinship chart (often called a kindred diagram) is a delineation used to trace family history and exhibit relationships and connections within a family. The use of a kinship classification system in anthropology is different than one used in biology by what is being...
Factors that influence physical attraction
By: Carolyn Tytler
Are you on the lookout for a beautiful Cinderella or a handsome Prince Charming with whom to live happily ever after? Here's how to make a splendid first impression. Physical attractiveness is usually the primary element which draws the attention of others. Before anything is...
By: Colette Georgii
Anthropological kinship or genealogy charts are similar to the genealogy charts done by genealogists but they are mapped out using symbols rather than names. However names can be included in an anthropological kinship chart depending on the work being done by the anthropologist. Cultural anthropologists...

 

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